Mobile Minutes: Tablet wave, mobile health, T-Mobile, gold iPhones
By Staff reports
October 11, 2013
Apps showcase the bright future of mobile health
No technology has ever been adopted as fast as the smartphone - ever. Consumers have embraced these devices faster than the automobile, electricity, personal computers, and even the internet. In less than a decade, more than half of U.S. mobile phone customers have made the transition to smartphones. And as we know, these devices are far more than phones; they are constantly connected computers stuffed with sensors that fit in a pocket or purse, according to the Huffington Post.
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T-Mobile to make it cheaper to make calls while abroad
Cellphone plans are a little like languages: they donít always translate well in foreign countries, per The New York Times.
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A pricey gold-plated option for iPhones
Apple Inc.ís new gold-colored iPhone 5S is so popular that supply isnít catching up. If you are really desperate to get one ó and have thousands of dollars to spend ó you have another option ó a gold-plated iPhone, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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